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DCU Researchers Invited to Speak at UN Headquarters

DCU Researchers Invited to Speak at UN Headquarters

20 May 2019 13:49

On 06 May, Dr Jane Suiter and Dr Eileen Culloty (Dublin City University) gave a presentation on anti-immigrant disinformation at the United Nations HQ in New York. The event was organised by the UN Migration Agency (IOM) to highlight the implications of technology for migration policies and practices. Other

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Concertation Meeting for Future European Media 2019

Concertation Meeting for Future European Media 2019

07 February 2019 10:03

On 06 February 2019, Dr Jane Suiter and Dr Eileen Culloty (Dublin City University) represented Provenance at the concertation meeting in Brussels for new H2020 projects on future European media. The objective of meeting was to bring together related projects to discuss and learn from each other and to find

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Provenance Kick-Off Meeting in Dublin

Provenance Kick-Off Meeting in Dublin

19 December 2018 16:59

The first meeting of the Provenance consortium took place in Trinity College Dublin on 17 and 18 December 2018. The meeting brought together the project's academic, industry, and NGO partners including: Dublin City University: Dr Jane Suiter, Dr Eileen Culloty, Dr Edward Casey, and Paulo Soncini Cibervoluntarios: Angel Sola, Jorge Rastrilla,

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Presentation on Disinformation at OECD High Level Risk Forum

Presentation on Disinformation at OECD High Level Risk Forum

06 December 2018 09:55

On 05 December 2018, Dr Jane Suiter and Dr Eileen Culloty (Dublin City University) were invited to deliver a presentation on disinformation to the OECD High Level Risk Forum in Paris. The OECD High Level Risk Forum provides a platform for risk managers from government and the private sector to

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New multi-million euro project to tackle disinformation launched

New multi-million euro project to tackle disinformation launched

01 December 2018 12:00

Dublin City University is leading a €2.4 million EU project to tackle the issue of disinformation. The three-year project called Provenance is funded by the European Commission's Horizon 2020 programme and will focus on finding solutions to enable people to distinguish between original information and manipulated information or disinformation. The

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